Prosecco Road

From Conegliano to Vittorio Veneto I was looking for a place to see into the nature, and I came across the route of the Prosecco, proposed by the guide of Italian Touring Club, which starts from Conegliano and arrives in Vittorio Veneto. Conegliano Our day trip starts from Conegliano. We have parked the car (Piazzale […]

(Italiano) 10 posti da vedere oltre Venezia

  10 places to see beyond Venice When you come to Agriturismo Ca’ Marcello, most of the time you want to visit Venice.However, those who stay for several days want to see something beyond Venice. Veneto has a lot to offer, and many places can be reached in a short time by car from Ca’ […]

(Italiano) 4 cittadine e relativi mercati da non perdere intorno a Venezia

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Visitare la Riviera del Brenta: la nostra piccola guida

Riviera del Brenta Partendo dall’agriturismo Ca’ Marcello che si affaccia direttamente sul naviglio, si arriva a Stra fermandosi nei vari paesi e ville visitabili.(Per approfondimenti su ogni singola villa e paese menzionato cliccare sui link). La Riviera del Brenta si può percorrere in bicicletta: non c’è una ciclabile, ma la strada che costeggia il naviglio […]


Montagnana: fortified complex among the best preserved in the world Arriving in Montagnana you can immediately see the walls: 2 kilometers of perfectly preserved walled circle. A glance at which one does not remain indifferent. It is a small town, where you can get lost walking through its streets and under the arcades, stop to […]

Euganean Hills: Arquà Petrarca

One of the most beautiful villages (borgo) in Italy is located on the Euganean Hills: it is Arquà Petrarca. Arquà Petrarca In Arquà Petrarca, time seems to have stopped with its charm of an ancient medieval village. Its name derives probably from Arquata or Arquatum, because it is developed on the slopes of two hills […]

(Italiano) Treviso, città d’acqua

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Padova is all known to be a student city. There is, indeed, one of the oldest universities in Europe, where many illustrious people have studied and taught, and the first woman in Italy has graduated (Elena Lucrezia Corner or Cornaro). Padua is part of the Padua – Riviera del Brenta – Venice axis: a visit […]

(Italiano) Venezia: passeggiata da Piazzale Roma alle Zattere

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(Italiano) Oasi naturalistica di Vallevecchia (Caorle)

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